Problem with Ubuntu Netbook 10.10 on the laptop


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I decided to try the netbook version for my laptop. Overall experience is very good (fast, convenient), but have a few questions.

1. After installing the driver for the video card NVidia GF8600M GS, does start gdm. Now comes the splash image download, then the console appears prompting you to enter username and password then have to type startx or sudo gdm start. How to fix.
2. Can't configure the side panel. Removed Firefox from it, but I do not understand how to add Opera. When hauske it appears there and disappears. On the right button, only one item is to close.
3. Can't log into system settings — shortcut in the panel is there, but not pressed.
4. It is not clear how to open multiple Windows.
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To return the option to "Fix", run sudo dpkg-reconfigure libunity0
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As for how to add a new icon on the panel (question No. 2):
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1. Open the appropriate application (the icon appears in the sidebar)
2. Right-click the icon in the sidebar and choose "Consolidate"
Voila...
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With regard to Windows several, then you can open them by running any new application and then to shuffle or switch with special options in the top right corner of the panel, if in short, here's all the features (interested in the Maximus option):
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The Interface Of Ubuntu Netbook (Unity)
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Main article: Unity
Manager run
Displays the desktop icons launch applications, distributed by categories. Replaces the standard GNOME menu (Applications/Places/System), supports a default category of "Favourites", compiled by the user.
Global menu
Displays the title and the application's menu bar not in the main window, and the top panel.
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Have a maximized full screen window title, menu and control buttons are displayed on the panel. Other open Windows are shown as icons (left).
The "Home"Button
Opens a menu with the sections of the applications and files.
Dash
Shows a more detailed list of applications with the ability to sort by categories, also includes a simple file Manager.
Maximus
Opens all Windows full screen and removes them from the headers. Saves screen space, almost without reducing the usability.
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1. You can try to run gdm (apt-get install gdm, if it is not necessary)
Then choose the default gui.
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Enter /etc/init.d/gdm start /etc/rc.local
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Yet here's the problem — in the menu, which includes the button in the top left corner and go to applications, no icons at all. How can they deliver? And how to open file Manager?
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To bring up the icons, try changing the screen resolution and then return it back.
To open file Manager for example, try to open a "shopping Cart" and then "fix" it.
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Turned out to be that gdm still starts, but after 15 minutes after system startup.
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